Tundra Drops A Load -

Dec 24, 2007 Full story: www.bodyshopzone.com 1,912

Donít put pressure on Tundra, the steel is weak. CR drops the Tundra to ďnot recommended.Ē Save it for a load of cotton candy just to be on the safe side.

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Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1813 Apr 9, 2013
I play the hand you deal Mr. Root.
And you deal a lot underhandedly.
Face it Dude, you just love an opportunity to diss Toyota.
Always have.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1814 Apr 9, 2013
Are you admitting that was a lie when you said I was making toyota out to be the bad guy? Because I surely did the exact opposite. You were wrong.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1815 Apr 9, 2013
By the way, I am not your dude and I don't speak in terms like "dissing."

If you want to respond to me please, please do it appropriately, kindly and with correct English.

With respect, thank you.
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1816 Apr 9, 2013
Show respect and you'll get the same in return.
Keep on acting like you do and nothing will change.
Blaming others for your conduct for starters.
Using obscene insults too.
Whining about being the victim is a good one.
Generally acting like a kid would be on the list.
Etc,etc.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1817 Apr 9, 2013
Sorry, not interested.
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1818 Apr 9, 2013
Root wrote:
Sorry, not interested.
You've never been interested.
That's a lead pipe cinch Dude.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1819 Apr 9, 2013
Tundra will try to compete with the GM,F,and C offerings with lower tow numbers advertised because of the fiasco.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1820 Apr 9, 2013
I wonder how this will play out. I think tundra will remain well below the top dogs.
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1821 Apr 9, 2013
One of my guys at the auto parts store wants me to replace the oldest Silverado with a Tundra.
We'll see if we can get a decent deal, and then decide.
It looks like a decent truck, and apparently they're pretty reliable.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1822 Apr 10, 2013
You would look good in a tundra.
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1823 Apr 10, 2013
Root wrote:
You would look good in a tundra.
I don't prioritize "looking good".
People who do are most often superficial types.
Obviously "looking good" means a lot to you.
"Practical" is my priority.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1824 Apr 10, 2013
Let me rephrase that. If you find the tundra is practical for your needs by all means that should be your choice and I hope it serves you well. I drive a 12 Ram Crew 4*4 Limited, just had the first oil change last week. I bought that particular truck because it served my needs as well.

I wasnít trying to imply you were using the truck to just look good.

I am more than willing to be cordial with you. What I donít intend to do is have you constantly be snide or rude or berate me. I donít want it and really donít need it. So letís just try to exercise a little restraint.
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1825 Apr 10, 2013
Root wrote:
cordial? restraint?
Mr.Root.
You preach cordiality and restraint.
Yet you often practice the opposite.
Until you demonstrate what you preach, you shouldn't insist on any such expectation.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1826 Apr 10, 2013
So how long do you need Mr. Gizmo until you can leave the past behind and be cordial?
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1827 Apr 10, 2013
Root wrote:
So how long do you need Mr. Gizmo until you can leave the past behind and be cordial?
Mr. Root, the kind of "past" you suggest be left behind isn't going to be left behind easily.
Not after the grossly obscene insults you routinely provided in the "past"
And one doesn't have to go too far in the "past" to see clear evidence of your distasteful conduct.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1828 Apr 10, 2013
While it wonít be easy letís focus on the question. How much time do you need to leave the past behind?
Gizmo

Toronto, Canada

#1829 Apr 10, 2013
Root wrote:
While it wonít be easy letís focus on the question. How much time do you need to leave the past behind?
You'll find the answer to that question in post 488 at the "Toyota Killing Children" forum.
site test

Hanover, PA

#1830 May 26, 2013
sited test
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1832 May 29, 2013
Even the Volt has a better record than tun what?
Root

Shreveport, LA

#1833 May 30, 2013
Yes the Volt has a better record tha tun what.

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